UniSkills EEP Workshop April 2017

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Employability Enhancement Workshop Presentation by UniSkills Kurukshetra Resume Writing, Group Discussion and Job Interview Guidance Workshop for 03 Days by UniSkills School of Skill Development

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Employability Enhancement Workshop:

Employability Enhancement Workshop 24 April to 26 April Resume- Group Discussion- Interviews UniSkills.in Facebook: / UniSkillsIndia

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Resume- Curriculum Vitae (CV) & DIFFERENCE Appropriate Format- Misconceptions- Essentials about Resume- Online Profiles

Do You Really Need a Resume?:

Do You Really Need a Resume? Whatever form a Resume takes, the idea is to highlight specific parts of your past that demonstrate that you can do a particular job Well.

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Knock! Knock! Who is there? – Name From Where? - Current Contact Details For What? Career Objective (Job Applied For and Your Career Objective ) – Basica ; What have you done? - Education/Qualification (Degrees) OK! That's Fine! What Else?- Additional Qualification/Certifications (Not the Degrees) What are your Skills/Technical Skills- Skills and Expertise (Skills/Technical Skills that are derived out of the TWO Above and that relate to the Offered Job)

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Have you undergone some training etc.? - Internships and Trainings Worked on Any Project (related to Skills)- Projects Undertaken (With Title, Duration, Agency/Place, Description) This is Good! But, have you been doing some other things during studies? - Associations and Activities

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Any Award or Achievement (based on the above)- Awards and Achievements Languages you know - Languages Known/Linguistic Skills Interests - Interests (Personality Attributes) What are the strengths you believe you have: Strengths (Mention .exe (Dot EXE) type strength that are executable at work ) This is fine. Can you tell me your age and other personal details- Personal Profile (Date of Birth/Age, Gender, Marital Status, Parents and Permanent Residential Address if different from the one mentioned in the beginning )

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Good! Any reference that you have got-Who can vouch for you? - References (Name, Designation, Contact Information of two-four Field Related Persons with whom you have been associated) ...................................Come In!!! Let Us have an Interview and discussion for the Job! .........................................Thank You for consideration...................Signatures with Full Name at the end in Resume.

Resume/Curriculum Vitae:

Resume/Curriculum Vitae What is EASY to SEE is always easy to MISS! No One can ignore Grammar and Formatting ERRors . MAKE YOUR RESUME! Do not COPY-PASTE! KNOCK-KNOCK Formula

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To keep this simple, I’m going to discuss only three types of resumes: Chronological Skills/Functional Combination Resume: Three Types

Fabrication of Content through STAR & SWOT:

Fabrication of Content through STAR & SWOT .exe : The Action Words HONESTY is the BEST Policy 10 to 30 seconds!!! Brotherhood among Segments

Use Active Words & Phrases:

Use Active Words & Phrases

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NAME Current Contact Details Career Objective : (Going Out of Usage) Profile Summary/Executive Summary/Synopsis: Education: Certifications: Work Experience/Projects/Trainings: Professional Skills/Technical Skills/Specializations: Associations and Activities: Achievements: Languages Known: Personality Traits/Strengths: Interests: Personal Details: References: (If required) Signatures

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Writing a Cover Letter/ Application for Job Printed Cover Letter or E-Mail (to which Resume is attached) are the same things. The Fantastic FIVE : Main Educational Qualification Main Skills (related to the applied/offered Job) Projects/Trainings/Experience that suits the Job Associations/Activities (Main) Major Achievements/Appreciations/Awards

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Resume Making HOME WORK Descriptive Resume *

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Team work Reasoning Independent thinking Leadership Awareness We are observed for: Group Discussion Listening Understanding Respect Credibility

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Interview Evaluation Matrix First Impressions Appearance Greeting & Introduction Taking Seat/Posture The INTERVIEW Preparation Voice/Pitch & Speech Eye Contact Body Language (Face, Fixations) Presentation of Ideas Presentation of Self Response to Questions Questions for Interviewer Last Impressions Enthusiasm Displayed Closure Exit Post Exit Expressions

Job INTERVIEW is an EASY Terrain to Walk Through!:

Job INTERVIEW is an EASY Terrain to Walk Through! S-Situation T- Task A- Action R- Result S- Strengt h W-Weakness O-Opportunity T-Threat Preparation is the KEY!

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Recap!!! RESUME …

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 CV's are called a variety of things (e.g., curriculum vitae, resume). No universally accepted format . Most important attribute: Clearly explains to the reader what it is that you can do for them. Your CV should be: - A well-presented, selling document - A source of interesting, relevant information - A script for talking about yourself

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 Purpose of your CV is not to get you the job. Its purpose is to get you an interview and remind the person you met with about you. Remember : you are not writing a CV for yourself, you are writing it for the reader. So, as you write your CV, put yourself in the shoes of the intended reader. – USER FRIENDLY

Principles and Guidelines: :

Principles and Guidelines : Generally , not more than 2 pages. Sometimes, a one page summary is all that is required.  Your CV should be honest and factual .  The first page should contain enough personal details for a recruitment consultant or potential employer to contact you easily . 

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Choose a presentation format that allows you to headline key skills, key achievements or key attributes.  Your Employment History (Work Experience)/Projects/Trainings should commence with your current or most recent job and work backwards . 

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Achievements should be short, bullet-pointed statements and include your role, the action you took and a comment on the result of your action. 

Important Note::

Important Note: Where information clearly supports your suitability for the vacancy you're applying for, and enhances your chances of being short-listed, include this information near the beginning of the CV.  (e.g. Professional Summary/Work Exp./Specializations/Projects)

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Leave out information that is irrelevant or negative.  Include details of recent training or skills development events you have attended which could be relevant.  List all your professional associations/ memberships and relevant qualifications.

Don't forget::

Don't forget: The ultimate test of YOUR CV is whether it meets the needs of the person making the buying decision, and whether YOU feel comfortable with its content and style.

More Tips!:

More Tips! A good quality paper Avoid Full Stops at the end of POINTS . Don't make the margins too deep or too narrow Resist writing lengthy paragraphs - be concise Careful use of bold type can be effective

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Typefaces such as Times New Roman or Arial are fairly standard Do not use a font size less than 11pt. Check for spelling or typographical errors Don't rely on a spell checker

Employability Enhancement Workshop:

Employability Enhancement Workshop UniSkills School of Skill Development Resume- Group Discussion- Interviews UniSkills.in Facebook: / UniSkillsIndia

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